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(added November 17, 2020)
Solve the 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems. Then math the puzzle pieces with the answers. The completed picture is a Thanksgiving scene.
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(added November 17, 2020)
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the numbered picture squares. Match each picture square with the answer on the math page. Clue the squares in the correct positions to reveal a picture of a turkey.
(added November 9, 2020)
Subtract to find the differences. Then cut out the picture puzzle squares. Each puzzle square has a number (difference). Match the answers on the math sheet to the numbers on the puzzle pieces to make a picture. Completed puzzle shows a farm scene with a farmer, a cow, and a pig.
(added November 9, 2020)
Add the double-digit numbers. Cut out the puzzle pieces. Place each puzzle piece on the correct square with the corresponding sum. The finished puzzle picture shows a rocket traveling through outer space.
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(added November 9, 2020)
Add the money amounts to find the sums. Then cut out the picture puzzle pieces. Match each numbered (sum) piece to the correct problem. The completed picture shows a hot air balloon.
(added November 9, 2020)
Find the sums. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Match each puzzle piece (sum) with the correct addition problem.
(added November 9, 2020)
Find the sum for each 3-digit addition problem. Then cut out the puzzle pieces. Match the number (sum) on each puzzle piece with the corresponding addition problem. The completed puzzle shows a lovely gingerbread house.
(added November 9, 2020)
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. (Most problems require regrouping.) Then cut out the puzzle parts. Match each difference with the correct problem to complete the puzzle. The completed puzzle shows Santa placing gifts below a tree.
(added November 9, 2020)
Solve the double-digit by single-digit multiplication problems. Then cut out the puzzle pieces. Match each problem with its product. The finish puzzle reveals a holiday fireplace scene. with stockings, presents, and a tree.
(added November 9, 2020)
Solve the division problems. Each one has a 2-digit dividend and a remainder. Then match the puzzle pieces with the quotients. The main version of this worksheet has remainders, but you can click on the "alt" button below if you'd rather have the remainders listed as fractions.
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(added November 5, 2020)
Color this picture of a Pilgrim boy and a Native American girl in a cornfield.
(added November 3, 2020)
Use crayons or markers to color the picture of the turkey.
(added November 3, 2020)
On this week's sight word sort, your students will sort words into three groups: 3-letter words, 4-letter words, and words with more than 4 letters.
(added November 3, 2020)
Sort the sight words on the chart. Students determine how many letters are in each word, then glue them under the column: 2-letter words, 3-letter words, or 4-letter words.
(added November 3, 2020)
Determine how many letters each of this week's sight words has. Then place each one in the correct column on the chart.
(added November 3, 2020)
Sort the snap words on the chart to show how many letters each word has.
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(added November 3, 2020)
In this week's snap word sort, students will read words aloud and then sort them by the number of letters they contain. Place the words under the column for "4-letter words" or "5-letter words."
(added November 3, 2020)
Read the sight words and cut them out. Sort them on the graphic organizer to show which words have 3 letters, which have 4 letters and which have 5.
(added November 3, 2020)
In this cut-and-paste activity, kids will read sight words and then sort them into groups based on the number of letters in each word.
(added November 3, 2020)
Cut out the sight words. Then glue them onto the t-chart in the correct column. There's a column for 2-letter words and a column for 4-letter words.
(added November 3, 2020)
Read the words. Then cut them out and sort them into the correct categories on the chart.
(added November 3, 2020)
Cut out the sight word cards. Sort then into "2-letter words" and "4-letter words." Attach them to the page with a glue stick. Then practice reading the words aloud.
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(added November 3, 2020)
Use scissors to cut the snap words from the bottom of the page. The place each in the correct category: 3 letters, 4 letters, or 5 letters. Then attach the words to the paper with your favorite adhesive substance.
(added November 3, 2020)
Cut out the snap word cards and glue them into the correct categories on the graphic organizer.
(added November 3, 2020)
Sort week 18 snap words on the chart. Categorize them as 3-letter, 4-letter, and 5-letter words.
(added November 3, 2020)
This week's sorting activity requires students to categorize snap words into two groups: 3-letter words and 4-letter words.
(added November 3, 2020)
This week's cut-and-paste sorting activity is a little different. Sort the words into two categories: animals and colors.
(added November 2, 2020)
Place each sight word in the correct category on the chart. Sort by number of letters in each word. This activity requires scissors and a glue stick.
(added November 2, 2020)
This week we have 3, 4, and 5-letter sight words. Count the number of letters in the words and attach each one to the correct section of the chart.
(added November 2, 2020)
Count the number of letters in each of this week's snap words. Sort the words on the chart. Then glue each one to the page.
(added November 2, 2020)
Cut out the sight words. Count the numbers of letters in each (3 or 4). Then attach them to the correct columns on the t-chart.
(added November 2, 2020)
Read, cut, sort, and glue the sight words. Tell how many letters are in each word by pasting them onto the chart.
(added November 2, 2020)
Cut out the Unit 10 sight words and sort them on the chart. Determine which words have 2 letters; which ones what 3; and which ones have 4. Glue the words in the correct places.
(added November 2, 2020)
Sort the snap words by the number of letters in each. Cut out the words and glue them onto the graphic organizer.
(added November 2, 2020)
Determine which words have 3 letters and which ones have 4. Sort the words on the graphic organizer and attach them with a glue stick.
(added November 2, 2020)
Sort the snap words into 2 groups: 2-letter words and 3-letter words. This activity requires scissors and glue.
(added November 2, 2020)
Core the 3 and 4-letter words on the t-chart graphic organizer. (Note: This week, all words have 3 letters.)
(added November 2, 2020)
Cut out the word rectangles. Then sort them on the triple t-chart. 2-letter words go in the first column. 3-letter words go in the 2nd column. 4-letter words go in the final column.
(added November 2, 2020)
Sort the snap words into three categories: 2, 3, and 4-letter words.
(added November 2, 2020)
Which sight words have two letters? Which ones have three? Which have four? Sort the words on the chat and affix the words with a glue stick.
(added November 2, 2020)
Cut apart the sight words (snap words). Sort them by the number of letters in each word, then glue them onto the chart.
(added October 21, 2020)
Calculate the product for each 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problem. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding products. The finished picture shows two Halloween skeletons.
(added October 21, 2020)
Solve the basic division problems (1-digit quotients with remainders). Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding quotients. The finished picture shows 2 kids trick-or-treating.
(added October 21, 2020)
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding differences/answers. The finished picture is Dr. Frankenstein's monster.
(added October 21, 2020)
Find the sum for each 3-digit addition problem. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding sums. THe finished picture is a werewolf howling at the full moon.
(added October 21, 2020)
Students cut out the five snap words at the bottom of the page and sort them on the t-chart.
(added October 20, 2020)
This one includes columns for date, title % author, start & times, starting & ending pages, and number of pages read.
(added October 20, 2020)
This table has a section for start time, end time, and minutes read.
(added October 20, 2020)
This reading log requires students to write a brief summary of their reading.
(added October 20, 2020)
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the puzzle pieces. Glue each numbered puzzle piece on the answer to a problem to assemble a mystery picture. Picture shows students and a school bus.
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